Tag: News. Showing results 101 - 110 of 1790

Showing results 101 - 110 of 1790

Search results

  1. Video for Crown awaiting new mandate proposals from Ngāpuhi
    News

    Crown awaiting new mandate proposals from Ngāpuhi

    Treaty Minister Andrew Little was in the North today for an open-invitation hui with Ngāpuhi. This follows his advice earlier this week that the Crown had decided to "discontinue" recognition of Tūhoronuku's mandate to represent Ngāpuhi in treaty negotiations, saying the Crown cannot be confident the authority has maintained its mandate.

  2. Video for Māori mother celebrates recovery from addiction
    News

    Māori mother celebrates recovery from addiction

    Hundreds of people have taken to the streets of Auckland today raising awareness for drug and alcohol addiction recovery. Among those on the Addiction Recovery Walk is a young Māori mother who has been on the path to recovery. 

  3. News

    Māori culture secret to tackling Indigenous All Stars

    Māori All Stars rugby league coach David Kidwell says Māori culture is the key factor that will unite his players in the build-up to their match against the Indigenous All Stars in the new year.

  4. Video for Ngāti Maniapoto celebrates iwi & hapū contributions
    News

    Ngāti Maniapoto celebrates iwi & hapū contributions

    Ngāti Maniapoto have celebrated those who have contributed to the iwi and hapū at their inaugural awards event in Te Nehenehenui.

  5. Video for Waiata Anthems supreme winner of Ngā Tohu Reo Māori
    News

    Waiata Anthems supreme winner of Ngā Tohu Reo Māori

    With 42 finalists and 150 nominations, this year's Ngā Toa Reo Māori awards boasted the highest number of entries ever received since the awards began in 2004.

  6. News

    Tuatara bounce back with shutout win

    The Auckland Tuatara have levelled their latest series against the Canberra Cavalry with a 4-0 win last night in Albany.

  7. News

    All Blacks Sevens and Samoa join together in prayer

    While the All Blacks Sevens had another successful day in the Dubai World Sevens Series tournament, it will be remembered for a powerful moment of solidarity.

  8. News

    Breakers 'bad boy' returns, but team slumps to another loss

    Glen Rice Jr. made a surprise return to the Breakers’ line up last night, but could not help them avoid a 108-90 loss to the Cairns Taipans in NBL action last night.

  9. Video for “I don't trust Pouhere Taonga” on the return of Hinemihi whare
    News

    “I don't trust Pouhere Taonga” on the return of Hinemihi whare

    130 years after being sold to Britain, a dispute over the return of carvings from the Hinemihi meeting house in London has erupted. One descendant of the original ancestor is claiming that they are being locked out of discussions. Te Ohu Wi Kingi is a direct descendant of the original owner of Hinemihi, Aporo Te Wharekaniwha. Te Wharekaniwha commissioned Hinemihi to be built. It was originally situated on his whānau block in Te Wairoa.

  10. Video for Engineering faculty restores mana of haka
    News

    Engineering faculty restores mana of haka

    A haka performed at the opening of the University of Auckland's new $280 million engineering building has been welcomed with gratitude.  It was part of a healing process, after engineering students 40 years ago performed a poor taste version of the haka for graduation. 

  11. Show more results

Pages